Kimberly R. Roffi

You May Need to Establish a Pension Plan for Your Staff

New regulations at both the NY City and NY State levels may now require employers, including physician practices, to establish a pension plan for the benefit of their employees. Summary – NY City Regulations On May 11, 2021, New York City Mayor De Blasio signed into...

NY ABLE Accounts

When you have a child, you make many plans. One of the most important plans is for their future finances.  This applies for any child, but when parents have a child with special needs often there is more concern.  For parents that have a child who developed a...

Virtual Workplace

Due to the recent challenges brought on by the pandemic, many offices have shifted from the traditional brick and mortar workplace to complete remote work environments. For some, this was a manageable transition, but for others it was a completely new and unfamiliar...

Healthcare PULSE – Quick Hits for Providers

It’s been almost 30 years since the CPT codes that physicians and other practitioners are paid under the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) for common office or other outpatient visits for evaluation and management (E/M) services have been revised.

Reopening Your Business During COVID-19

We are all anxiously awaiting reopening our doors and returning to some sense of normalcy. However, it is important to follow the mandatory guidelines to ensure you are safely and legally reopening. In addition to following the limitations of openings established by the state-specific Phases, there are explicit guidelines established for each industry.

Juggling Hats: Balancing Work and Family from Home

Working from home with kids and their “Continuity of Learning Plans” is surely challenging! I have three kids, ranging from elementary to high school ages, that have to practice distance learning while I have to work remotely. Although I am fortunate to be with my...

NYS Paid Family Leave Now Classifies COVID-19 Diagnosis as a Serious Health Condition

In light of the ever-growing Coronavirus pandemic, New York State has filed an emergency adoption to make any COVID-19 diagnosis a serious health condition. This emergency amendment was added to Title 12 NYCRR, section 355.9, making it legally possible to take family...

How to Manage Your Remote workers in a Time of Crisis

Telecommuting is a trend that has grown in popularity among businesses in recent years. In times of personal or unexpected need, remote work plans provide a great “Plan B” to keep things running as smoothly as possible. With something as sudden as COVID-19, however,...

ABLE Accounts

When you have a child, you make many plans. One of the most important plans is for their future finances. This applies for any child, but when parents have a child with special needs often there is more concern. For parents that have a child who developed a disability...

Press Release: Cerini & Associates, LLP Strengthens its Practice Appointing Shari Diamond to Partner, Multiple Promotions and New Hires

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cerini & Associates, LLP Strengthens its Practice Appointing Shari Diamond to Partner, Multiple Promotions and New Hires                        January 25, 2019 – Bohemia, NY – Cerini & Associates, LLP, a leading audit, tax, and business...
You May Need to Establish a Pension Plan for Your Staff

You May Need to Establish a Pension Plan for Your Staff

New regulations at both the NY City and NY State levels may now require employers, including physician practices, to establish a pension plan for the benefit of their employees. Summary – NY City Regulations On May 11, 2021, New York City Mayor De Blasio signed into...

read more
NY ABLE Accounts

NY ABLE Accounts

When you have a child, you make many plans. One of the most important plans is for their future finances.  This applies for any child, but when parents have a child with special needs often there is more concern.  For parents that have a child who developed a...

read more
Virtual Workplace

Virtual Workplace

Due to the recent challenges brought on by the pandemic, many offices have shifted from the traditional brick and mortar workplace to complete remote work environments. For some, this was a manageable transition, but for others it was a completely new and unfamiliar...

read more
Healthcare PULSE – Quick Hits for Providers

Healthcare PULSE – Quick Hits for Providers

It’s been almost 30 years since the CPT codes that physicians and other practitioners are paid under the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) for common office or other outpatient visits for evaluation and management (E/M) services have been revised.

read more
Reopening Your Business During COVID-19

Reopening Your Business During COVID-19

We are all anxiously awaiting reopening our doors and returning to some sense of normalcy. However, it is important to follow the mandatory guidelines to ensure you are safely and legally reopening. In addition to following the limitations of openings established by the state-specific Phases, there are explicit guidelines established for each industry.

read more
Juggling Hats: Balancing Work and Family from Home

Juggling Hats: Balancing Work and Family from Home

Working from home with kids and their “Continuity of Learning Plans” is surely challenging! I have three kids, ranging from elementary to high school ages, that have to practice distance learning while I have to work remotely. Although I am fortunate to be with my...

read more
How to Manage Your Remote workers in a Time of Crisis

How to Manage Your Remote workers in a Time of Crisis

Telecommuting is a trend that has grown in popularity among businesses in recent years. In times of personal or unexpected need, remote work plans provide a great “Plan B” to keep things running as smoothly as possible. With something as sudden as COVID-19, however,...

read more
ABLE Accounts

ABLE Accounts

When you have a child, you make many plans. One of the most important plans is for their future finances. This applies for any child, but when parents have a child with special needs often there is more concern. For parents that have a child who developed a disability...

read more